Prof’s book explores novels on surviving and resisting violence
January 17, 2013
University of Houston-Clear Lake Assistant Professor in Humanities Shreerekha Subramanian announced the publication of her first monograph “Women Writing Violence: The Novel and Radical Feminist Imaginaries.” In the book, Subramanian discusses the literary landscapes of African-American writer Toni Morrison along with South Asian writers such as Mridula Garg, Tahmina Durrani, Amrita Pritam, Bapsi Sidhwa and Mahasweta Devi.
Subramanian gives readers a new way of thinking about violence and survival from a feminist point of view. The book is available from Sage Publishing for $49.95. To find out more about the book, visit http://www.sagepub.com. For more information about, Subramanian, visit http://hsh.uhcl.edu/faculty
or call 281-283-3430.
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